The Crown Inn

The Crown Inn


As the name suggests, The Crown Inn has a royalty vibe to it, equipped with all the modern to-notch features to make your stay worthwhile. Let’s look at what makes it so special.

Area Surrounding The Crown Inn

The Crown Inn is right at the edge of Church Enstone, an extremely quiet and far off on the Cotswold village side. The famous Oxford City is only a twenty-five-minute ride away that hits a stop right next to Woodstock and right next to Blenheim Palace. The famed Chipping Norton, the closest town-like population is just a five-mile drive away. If you’re looking to take the bus, it’s just a few minutes from the hotel.

Facilitation at The Crown Inn

The administration is excellent owing to the well-mannered and friendly staff and the core management system. The well-known inn was once filled to the brin with small cafes and small stores but in early 2000, it was made into a luxurious resort. The tenants of the hotel resort have access to a free high-quality Wi-Fi network all through the inn.

Spacious Rooms at The Crown Inn

Entryways with fashionable, grumpy dark paintwork and hand-designed name boards end up with five different rooms. Each room represents a unique highlight and an extremely old structural heritage which gives it a breathtaking vibe. Every room is independently designed in a mitigating-delicate fashion with quieted colours in a sleek style with remarkable detailing.

Great Tew & Lidstone Standard can be twin or super-jumbo duplicates while three different rooms are extra-large. Fulwell, a loft suite, is the tiniest, yet it still is comfy and cosy.

All rooms have well-built washrooms; all rooms have both a shower and tub.

Beverage & Edibles’ Quality at The Crown Inn

An evening menu has a lot of decisions from handcrafted bread, olives, and a sharing box-heated Camembert for a snack to works of art utilizing top caliber, clean-produce, all served on village-like (rural), country stoneware ceramics. Dishes may incorporate feta, watermelon, Kalamata Olives, and maybe shaved fennel mixed with a bowl of greens. Barbary duck bosom, pancetta fresh, dauphinoise potatoes, Romanesco, and cherry just to follow with frosted Wilcots (wine) nectar and nougatine parfait with strawberries for dessert.

At breakfast, a regular table menu for two offers fresh milk, cereal, fruits, fresh juices (nectar), and hand-made Bran-Bread Toast.

For a selection of Hot British Dishes, you can have poached eggs or a natural American breakfast with eggs, toast, and bacon. You also have the option to have ordered a platter of salsa Verde, flapjacks (handcrafted Scotch) doused in maple syrup & fresh yoghurt.

Hotel Reviews

Jackie United Kingdom

“The location is fantastic, surrounded by fields, but only a short drive from the A road. The food is good, & very generous. Lovely place to sit on a warm summer evening with a drink. Staff were very friendly & helpful.”

Lee United Kingdom

“The location was very picturesque and plenty of walks around if that’s what your going for. Very nice atmosphere and great to sit outside or inside as both cosy. ”

 United Kingdom

“Fantastic staff. Lovely breakfast. Pub was very nice with really good food. Room was really clean. Location was superb, so beautiful. Could walk straight away didn’t need to drive anywhere. ”

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